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h the tjpa and the projects are on a much larger scale you, however, we've been working closely with the b department of public works and in our packet there's a recommendation for expenditures for this plan area so in conclusion, i think i've mention this before this is an exciting year for the enpick and personally regarding we've been having conversations with what to do with the impact revenue it covers about thirty percent of the total needs in each plan area and the areas this is the first year the city has driven to the question and looked further so see how we can fill the gap are we moving forward and the implementation team has been working hard to help to we are that question this outlines
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the strategy we started by taking a look at the growth we anticipate in the next 10 years and how much impact fee and interesting a lot of the other agencies like mta and dpw had projected that lined up you what's that amount that helps us understand the gap what is still needed to implement the full vision of the plan over the next 10 years the city has a focused question, in fact, i think this question is the biggest implementation team we have we're here for questions and comments. >> we'll on for public comment first any public comment on this item? >> thank you
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dr. espanola jackson i hope it you're not passing on this today you need to do is make sure that environmental review has been done i know it has not and number one this project was not part of the original redevelopment agency. >> draek e dr. espanola jackson i'm sorry to interrupt we're talking about the eir plan. >> honey, i saw where you were speaking she spoke will visitacion valley and you talking about that is district 10 and money that someone is getting a million dollars or something she looked at me i asked her who is getting the money. >> try our comments on visitacion valley then. >> we want to know i want to
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know who is getting this money who you all getting 24 money to saying you represent visitacion valley thooes she's the chair a spokeswoman a and everything in that area when they looked me like i'm supposed to know i had involvement please tell her that dr. espanola jackson was not involved in my of this i only took a minute and 32 seconds. >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon john from the take could group what brought me up the brief conversation about the childcare it's great to hear about a project going ahead you need to hear, in fact, at least south of market due to the price of space we're losing childcare
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the market rate childcare all even though housing being build in the central city is great and we've seen an explosion of kids it's clearly rates to the new generation of young families moving into the city and at the same time, we're losing the market rate childcare and how many affordable childcare depended on the operating subsidy available that is constrained there's actually a growing childcare i don't know if it's a crisis but a serious situation so as the city look at those it and as it looks at it having a presentation about we've got something done is nice we need to identify the needs looking ahead they haven't done it this highlights i'm speaking
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about the community advise community has been set up to work with the city staff on the benefit fees and how to use the resources is not working well, it's not able to identify an issue like this and say that's table it that body didn't respond pass let me see to whatever is happening instead of proactively as what the community needs the real focus it's a problem here there's a lot of potential they'll be tremendous fees coming in with the development and eastern neighborhoods but there is a problem the community planning process is not functioning well and the fact that the chevrolet wasn't flagged today as a serious matter shows that i really urge i to think and the staff to think seriously how to make the system work better.
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>> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon. my name is a dining martinez i represent the admission collaborative a quick thing about the report is i'm curious about whether there's anywhere in the report that touches on improvements and the impact only low income populations in those discussed areas especially, as 2 relates to the mission and the open space and recreational areas that's something that is very important that needs to be thought about when we continue those discussions thank you. >> thank you. is there any additional public comment? >> back again and i'm basically commenting as a observer of what's being discussed in the up
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and coming projects and the beautifying of our communities i wanted to be acknowledged it seems like the city is going to have a reserve some of the lands for the original occupant of those areas because we're constantly being pushed out and priced out of the up and coming i was here maybe a few months back on rec and park speaking on behalf of the tech companies to reserve the open space and the park to play soccer or whatever they need to enjoy again, we have the people in the area who are the open spaces are supposed to be available for not being able to utilize it because
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someone comes in and buys the spates that's not fair to us as natives of san francisco we make san francisco what itless we're a exists community that's turning into a place for wealthy or poor people 25i9s e that's not okay that's not a clear representation of what this nation stand for i want that to be considered you guys are citizens of this great nation as well you, your pretty privileged but at the end of the day your human and have the ability to have compassion towards the people you make the decisions for on the on behalf of us we're the public san francisco that you represent thank you. >> thank you is there any
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additional public comment? seeing none, public comment is closed i wanted to ask staff about the question that the gentleman raised you alluded to the totality of the niece that covers thirty percent of the needs can you describe that assessment he is done >> the thirty percent number is when the plans were adapted but there's been a numerous efforts from the department and each implementing agency to better thinks the population needs as they grow there's a focus on childcare facilities in the public comment and there's two reports i think that will help he kind of update the 2008 the first is the citywide nexus and the niece and infrastructure standards analysis i presented to the commission a few months
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ago it takes a citywide look at our future childcare niece on the chapter of childcare the existing deficits as well as needs and another agency s f a that has several committees that participated in the grow course of action evolved that looked at the childcare that that assessment and have t a few reports i think updating last year - this past year we'll find the exact date they've interrupted their childcare falls the enpick is a good model each the agencies come to us every year we come and say here's the resources basically, the resources they have for the demand for the park facilities needs we come together to create a strategy for each neighborhood that's mindful of the citywide
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strategy so i think there's something i can't avoid our resources don't exactly match our needs we're having an vivifying understanding of the neighborhood as well as citywide needs and childcare sorry to ramp he will on its noting another piece of infrastructure but the childcare operates on a citywide basis people don't need those services like streetscapes or parks next to their home there was policy on a citywide level as well i readily e really enjoyed that around childcare. >> commissioner antonini. >> in regards to what you've presented and looking at it comprehensively so you're saying the programs are thirty percent
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covered and we need to cover the other 70 percent. >> i misspoke when we understood human nature infrastructure we thought was appropriate to support the growth that's thirty percent of the revenue to one hundred percent of the needs, however the projects i've prevalent do i have preservations we've use some impact fee moving forward and found other funding or funded through impact money all the projects we believe in our paychecks for the next 5 years we we have secured the funding through the serious. >> those are funded specific in general terms some of the things that are desirable is infrastructure that are adjacent to many of the projects are the part we still need to find
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funding with the reference of the transit center they talk about the extension and other things we need to identify or continue to work entertaining that. >> and for each infrastructure type sort of our total anticipated needs versus our fund there's a small gap as i was concluding we're working to understand the gap to come up with innovative tools as a city to fill the gap. >> thank you for your report. >> thank you so i believe that's the conclusion of the item the commission will take a 10 minute break. >> good afternoon and welcoming
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to the planning commission. january 8, 2015, like to remind members of the audience the commission does not tolerate disruptions of any kind and to please silence all electronic devices that may sound off during this procedures we left on, on the regular calendar for c w p we might notice we've gone longer case numbers because of our transmission to the system you'll see several important zeros and several for letters but this is for the 2014 housing elements to initiate the elements to the san francisco general plan >> good afternoon director from the citywide planning i want to briefly introduce this item to set a context for your consideration of the 2014 housing element
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both in terms of policy and in terms of timing if i may recall the 2009 housing element update was a set of policy robust discussion on the substantive changes to the hours element of the general plan whereas the current proposal in front of you we'll hope our adapt it is really a set of fairly selective and he relatively minor updates to the housing element that that being said the schedule is somewhat con praind trained in the sequence on the other hand sense the court resolute over the holiday on december 22nd up holding the sequa process and decision with regards to the
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last housing element update we were resistant in some ways from bringing the new element to you because of the update rests on the large part of the update and the findings including the sequa finding that was nice to see between the 2004 and 2009 updates the courts ended 10 years of sequa litigation on that topic i would note on the other end of the process that baskets our timeline the state requires adapts of 2014 element it is due at the end of this month we have a grace period it goes to the board of supervisors so keeping to a are you retailing tight schedule on a fairly selective update is important to keep in
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mind importance, of course, of meeting the deadline we need to have an element it is in con forms with the state law to receive the affordable housing infrastructure funding so it's important for that regard i want to note i wanted to feinstein thank our team we have a capable stapling staff team who provided the impact report who has many talents who the manager magnifying vin she's done a great job and helped by other staff who will be making today's presentation thank you
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for your time. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners i'm here to request an in violation of the adaptation proceedings foresee 2014 element please know i'm talking about the 2009 element i'm going to call it existing the housing elements a required part of the general plan and guides the city's policies and as overview overview guiding document it provides the offer arching provision for the stream the futuristic policy will be adaptation of the element does in the itself change the city lay of practice in the past year housing in san francisco has been the forefront of articles and legislation in the city the city staff is
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addressing the housing through initiate and all of it is sports by itself existing housing element to address the housing affordability the working group looked at the fees in san francisco and this commission was updated on the process in november of 2014 additionally several pieces of legislation targeting the will 125ib89 has been passed 2014 housing element is required by state law and many state funds for community development is tied to the development as stayed before it provides the envision for housing in san francisco the element is breakdown into 2 you primary parts part one the data needs analyze it contains on analysis of the san francisco population and householder as well as an assessment of the existing
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characteristics and part two is our objectives and policies that 0 begins defines the policies and goals it includes the prelims of the measures that relating result in prelims of the housing related objectives in the policies note in our case packet you'll have strike to tell us those changes represent the housing element to the 2014 housing element, i.e., the iowa's way it was and will be the housing element was yimentd through the hard work of any staff groups including a community advisors board and thirty community workshops and in draft the element the staff began with stakeholder in drafting the last element in 2013 noting the outreach they
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agreed the housing element addresses current and futuristic goals for the city with this in mind the city focused on the needs and the data to make sure we have the most current data for the policies and audrey will be highlighting those from part one. >> good afternoon commissioner my name is audrey i'll be going on o doing over some of the highlights from parts one the deeds and analysis part of the analysis i mean 70s san francisco a growing and will continue to grow today some 8 hundred and 18 thousand people can this home the association projects the san franciscans will be over one million by 2040 this is an increase in 2 hundred
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and 70 thousand people needing housing in the next 25 years they forecast an increase inform seven hundred and 67 jobs most of the jobs will be increased 2 3, 4 construction and professional and health and educational services householder growth an approximate of the growth indicates the needs for over one hundred thousand units over the next 25 units for the population growth based on those needs the state department of the housing and community development along with the allocations are the target for housing production in the county 60 percent of those are to be affordable for varying
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incomes between 2007 and 2014 over 9 thousand net units have been produced produced in the unit as shown in the pie charts in the presentation as you 2013 san francisco was ranked third among the 9 county in the bayer in meeting our affordable housing targets this shouz shows how they accomplished their targets recently a bag has released the housing needs for the period covering 2015 to 2022 the new target 38 thousand entitled units in the pipeline the city may not be to reach the target the 34 thousand that includes nearly 24 thousand net units for major and title development in
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hunters point and treasure island while the current zoning will more than donate the projected how's needs we need nor housing and implementation measures to achieve the affordable housing goals of the city and also to insure we meet the target by a bag and the city thank you. >> as audrey stayed we'll have enough policy framework that guide the work to achieve the affordable housing goals the 8 issues based on provide a strong pharynx that continues to provide the extort from accurate sites to increasing the affordable housing those issues direct a number of issues making a robust vision for san francisco
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a number of housing especially initiated i've mentioned supported by the 20142, 3, 4 particular the mayor's office of housing was ridiculously in preserving affordability in our neighborhood and direct the construction for affordable housing and enable housing to be beneficial and exclusively not housing. >> outline e you'll have those recommendations are in the policies objectives and numerous identifiable housing element in the 2014 report for example the recommendations to achieve new development is mentioned in the directing elements pole 2.3 to identify points for permanent housing helps with the land for affordable housing staff recognizes a need to
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update the policies where appropriate in our case packet we've outlined the cases for homelessness and we've identified the bonus work and the newly approved prop k department has been working closely with the california housing and community development for a timing adaptation additionally staff created a website at the end of the august and releases a video to highlight the key components the video directed yourselves 0 user to the draft and has worked with individual to incorporate changes such possible while maintain the policy and framework going forward we ask the
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commission schedule a adaptation hearing for february 5th note this is different then in a the case packet on the 29th of june we want to have an adaptation element this allows 4 weeks to respond to public comments between the adaptation hearing we does the commission adopt the housing element update and schedule a adaptation hearing for february 5th staff is available for questions. >> thank you opening it up for public comment (calling names). >> i'm bob plant hold regarding our february 5th date i wanted to suggest that in the future
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when you have hearings that have a lot of information that is very bulky and detention i'm told this might be one hundred and 50 packages have a special outreach to community to agency to constituencies that don't read print notice how seldom you see people in here with guide dogs or white detains i canes anyone that used screen reader software is takes a long time it's easier to read the material with their eyes than material read to you people about disabilities are sub assumed into categories like next door and moderate income it was was cancelled the committee it cancelled our subcommittee on
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access to housing a part of the necessary work of the consolidated plan we we were really at odds sometimes with staff and sometimes with the nonprofit agencies for not providing enough housing for people with disability and making it available your times and situation where a nonprofit has to rent a unit to whoever is next on the list even though they don't have a disability so their assessable unit not going to us theirs not enough units we're the most under employed cohort in the country bar then and yet there isn't enough housing built for us that's what constituency and involvement and interest comes in yes the may i have office of sdalt the council
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but when we were running our subcommittee own nexus to housing we represented this from an independent research center from the house important the blind and a variety from the art a variety of agencies serving people to hear under the dmutcy i will try to alert those are agencies about the barney plan to sequa conforms of what we see as our under met needs thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> dr. espanola jackson here i'm going to put this here for you to see and this is was a court aforementioned that was done and what you need to do


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